Rosie-Mai Iredale is well over nine hundred miles into her journey from John o’Groats to Land’s End. But she has an unusual travelling companion … her bed. Over five years the youth worker wants to raise £200,000 to set up a children’s home in Bristol – having had a difficult start in life, she wants to make sure more children grow up with a safe place to sleep.
A woman from Bristol is attempting to push a bed on wheels from John O’Groats to Land’s End. Rosie-Mai Iredale, 26, is raising money for a children’s charity Full Reach. Dressed in pyjamas and a dressing gown, she started her challenge late last month and hopes to complete it in three months.
This award is sponsored by Creative Youth Network The winner of this award will be decided by a panel of judges – the following are extracts from all the nominations received www.creativeyouthnetwork.org.uk Bushra Nawaz, St Werburghs Community Centre Bushra has been working for St Werburghs Community Centre as a volunteer Receptionist since July this year and has been an exceptional example of a dedicated and hardworking volunteer.
Fast Facts: Pursuit: Director and Creator at Full Reach Children’s Projects, fund-raiser extraordinaire! Definition of success: “Doing what you love”. More below. Today I’m playing the role of journalist – and I have unearthed quite a scoop. But more of that in a minute.
A YOUNG woman who is pushing a bed throughout the length of Great Britain in a bid to raise £200,000 to set up a non-profit children’s home, will be stopping off in Redditch during the 1,200 mile trip. Rosie Mai Iredale, aged 26, will be visiting the town on Monday, June 15 during her challenge from John o’ Groats to Land’s End.
Joy Richards – November 4, 2015 Hi, I’m Joy – Happy Beds’ Sleep Specialist. Aside from Italian food and my three lovely boys, nothing makes me happier than helping our customers find what works for them, and how they can make the most of their forty winks.
Why not take your bed with you? Rosie-Mai Iredale is pushing her bed from John O’Groats to Lands End, sleeping in it at night at camp sites and in people’s gardens. Dressed in pyjamas and a dressing gown, she started her challenge in late May and hopes to complete it by the end of August….
A charity fund raiser has completed a five-month trek from John O’Groats to Land’s End – pushing her BED for the entire journey. Brave Rosie Mai Iredale, 26, reached the end of her epic journey in Cornwall on Monday afternoon, having set off from the north of Scotland in her pyjamas in May.
The 2m tall, 90kg gold piggy bank will be attached to Rosie’s bike on a trailer, and the challenge is part of her wider goal to raise £200,000 to build a non-profit children’s home.
4.38pm Tuesday 22nd August 2017 Rosie-Mai Iredale runs into trouble as she tests her piggy bank trailer she wants to tow from Bristol to Brighton in aid of Full Reach Children’s Project
A TWO-METRE high piggy bank will be travelling through Wiltshire today and tomorrow, as it makes its way from Bristol to Brighton and back. Rosie-Mai Iredale, founder and director of Full Reach Children’s Project, is tackling the 330-mile ride to raise money for the project, which aims to open a home for children in care in order to help them to reach their full potential.